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Classic quotes, sayings and proverbs in Latin.

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  Love
SenecaSi vis amari, ama.

If you wish to be loved, love.

—  Seneca, 4 AD-65 AD, Roman philosopher

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VirgilOmnia vincit amor.

Love conquers all.

—  Virgil, 70-19 BC, Roman poet

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  Reciprocity
SenecaSi vis amari, ama.

If you wish to be loved, love.

—  Seneca, 4 AD-65 AD, Roman philosopher

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  Gifts
VirgilTimeo Danaos et dona ferrentes.

Be afraid of the Greeks bearing gifts.

—  Virgil, 70-19 BC, Roman poet

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  Persuasion
Ultima ratio regum.

The final argument of kings.

—  Latin motto engraved on the cannons of Louis XIV

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  Rejection
Gospel of JohnNoli me tangere.

Do not touch me.

—  Gospel of John ‐ 20:17

(from the Vulgate; words of Jesus to Mary Magdalene after his resurrection.)

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  Protesting
Latin phraseVox populi, vox dei.

The voice of the people is the voice of God.

—  Latin phrase

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